How To Make Your Home Safe When Eating Thanksgiving With the Elderly

It’s that time of year when family and friends gather for the holidays and enjoy each other’s company. This time together is precious, especially for families with elderly members. The last thing you want is not to see your grandparents on Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, because of difficult travel conditions and dietary restrictions, Thanksgiving can be challenging
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3 Most Popular Elderly Scams

In 2021, nearly 100,000 elderly adults fell victim to scams that cost them nearly $2 billion. The scam industry is growing every year, so everyone must learn how to spot a scam from a mile away. Unfortunately, scams are constantly becoming more sophisticated, and scammers often target people they see as most vulnerable or those
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5 Tips When You’re the Caregiver for Your Parents

You recently found out that your aging parents can’t live on their own anymore, so you’re now left with a difficult decision: do you look for a senior living center or attempt to care for them yourself? As you think back on all the ways your parents helped you, you decide to try and help
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Assisted Living vs. Memory Care: What’s the Difference?

Almost 70% of seniors need assistance at some point in their lives. Whether it’s short-term care, long-term care, assisted living, or memory care, there comes a time when a family member needs more help.  With many different options, it’s tough to know which one is the right decision, especially if they sound the same. Understanding
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Should You Move Your Parents Close to You?

Do you still live where you grew up as a child? Chances are you don’t–only 42% of Americans live in or near their hometown.  So as your parents get older and need medical assistance and support, you have a difficult choice: do you move them closer to you or leave them where they are? This
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Are Medicare and Medicaid the Same Thing?

In 2020, over 297 million people had health insurance in the US. This number is a drastic increase from the previous decades.  However, over 30 million people are still without essential health benefits, making up nearly 10% of the country. Since 1965, both Medicare and Medicaid have helped retirees and low-income families get the covered
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